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The Man Who Killed Jim Crow

Black History Quiz is a weekly celebration of the contributions and achievements of Africans and the
Black History Quiz
The Man Who Killed Jim Crow
By Jim Stroud • Issue #68 • View online
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More Americans Should Know His Name
More Americans Should Know His Name
Between 1930 and 1954, this Attorney was involved in almost every civil rights case tried before the Supreme Court. His strategy involved using the inequality of the “Separate but Equal” doctrine from the Plessy vs. Ferguson decision as it pertained to public education in the United States. His masterful plan and strategy is what led to the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education decision in 1954 that ended segregation in the school system and basically paved the way for integration in the United States of America.
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Charles Hamilton Houston - The man who killed Jim Crow
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The legacy of Charles Hamilton Houston
The legacy of Charles Hamilton Houston
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